Chair of Power Electronics

Welcome to the Chair of Power Electronics

We believe in the power of science towards research and teaching to enhance the society bottom line. 
We do research in cooperation with industry, we believe in the importance of fully validating our findings through experimental work and when possible in publishing them to improve ourselves accepting the deep criticism of the international scientific community.
We do teaching believing in the importance of a fully theoretical analysis and motivating students towards a project-solving approach.

IEEE PELS Sustainable Energy Systems Technical Achievement Award 2017:

Prof. Liserre has been selected as the 2017 winner of IEEE Power Electronics Society's Sustainable Energy Systems Award. This is in acknowledgement for Prof. Liserre's “contributions to control of renewable energy system in the power grid".

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Industrial/PhD Course 2018 on The Smart Transformer:

Following the successful participation and encouraging feedback, the chair of power electronics provides the course on ''The Smart Transformer'' next year in 2018 from Feb. 21 to 23, more details on the course can be found in the link below:

Zwei Studenten und eine Tasse Kaffee

Industrial/PhD Course 2018 on ''The Smart Transformer''

New High Speed Thermal Measurement System for Semiconductor Reliability Analysis

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Research

  • Our research is focused on the design of high efficient and reliable PWM-based power converter architectures (single-cell, multi-cell, multilevel), their modelling and control to exploit commercial as well as new power semiconductor devices with minimum over design.
    We develop controllers for electric drives and we are particularly skilled in the integration of renewable energy systems into the electric grid.
    Please discover our expertise looking to our recent projects.

    HEART - The Highly Efficient And Reliable smart Transformer
    Further Research Projects

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